Research Publications for Simon P G Taylor
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Taylor, S. (2019). Perspectives in 21st Century science learning: science classes as knowledge-building communities. In Science Seminar 2019: Perspectives in the 21st Century. Hamilton, New Zealand.
Taylor, S. (2019). Adopting knowledge building pedagogy to support epistemic agency and collaborative contribution in science classes: A case study in New Zealand schools. In ESERA'19. Bologna, Italy.
Taylor, S. (2019). Knowledge building as a future focus pedagogy in science classes. In NZARE Science Education SIG special one0-day research seminar. Auckland, New Zealand.
Taylor, S. (2018). Future science learning: Ethical dilemmas, making judgements, science classrooms as knowledge-building communities. In 2018 Biennial SCICON. Conference held at Christ's College, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Taylor, S. (2018). Old Tauranga hot water cylinder reveals electric past. In Radio New Zealand.
Taylor, S. (2018). Knowledge building. New Zealand Science Teacher, 28-32.
Taylor, S. (2018). Tale telling-creative sparks. In Escape Festival, X Space, Baycourt, Tauranga, New Zealand. Retrieved from https://www.taurangafestival.co.nz/storytelling/creative-sparks-267
Taylor, S. (2018). Could knowledge building pedagogy be used to support science learning at Years’ 9 and 10?. In NZARE 2018. Conference held at AUT South Campus, Auckland, New Zealand.
Taylor, S. (2017). Exploring a culture of co-operation and co-construction in Year 9 Science: New opportunities for science teachers and students working in flexible learning spaces. In Australasian Science Education Research Association Conference 2017. Conference held at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
Taylor, S. (2017). Intergalactic pondering at Café Scientifique. In Presented at the Tauranga, Yacht & Power Boat Club, Tauranga, New Zealand.